Myles Garrett incident, ugly as it was, becomes a teachable moment for Titans

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Myles Garrett incident, ugly as it was, becomes a teachable moment for Titans
Myles Garrett incident, ugly as it was, becomes a teachable moment for Titans

The organization is adding roughly 60,000 square feet to their existing 75,000-square-foot building. The most-discussed NFL moment during the Titans' bye week wasn't an actual play. Titans coach Mike Vrabel figured his players already had seen Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett swinging a helmet and striking Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph in the head with it, a stunning portion of Thursday night's brawl between the two teams. So Vrabel wasn't going to show them the footage again. Doesn't mean it wasn't a teachable moment, though. “It's a great reminder,” Vrabel said. “… You have to be able to keep your composure. And we don't want to ever hide behind the 'I'm just playing

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